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Travel Sickness on a Train?

(5 Posts)
Nicnocknoo Sun 14-Oct-12 22:43:41

Ds1 gets terribly travel sick in the car or on a plane. His longest train journey to date is 15 minutes but in half term we're going on a two hour train journey. What do you think are his chances? If you or your dc get travel sick, do you/they suffer equally on a train?

brettgirl2 Mon 15-Oct-12 19:46:49

Avoid those awful tilting ones. Everyone at work laughs at me for getting the slow one instead. I dont get travel sick on planes though unless there is turbulence. Its hard with a child keeping them occupied but looking down at anything, eg trying to read a map always sets me off.

NatashaBee Mon 15-Oct-12 19:50:14

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

Nicnocknoo Tue 16-Oct-12 08:10:37

Thanks for the advice.

nancerama Tue 16-Oct-12 08:12:33

I never get travel sick, but that speedy Euston-Liverpool service used to make me so ill when I was pregnant.

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